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Praying With the Spirit of Christ

Praying With the Spirit of Christ

July 2, 2020

When we pray we experience the reality of the Holy Spirit working through us and revealing how He worked in and through Jesus from His Incarnation. It allows us to take prayers and add in our own words so they become more than just things we say. For they truly become words whereby we express our hearts to God.

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Mary, Holy Spirit and Salvation

Mary, Holy Spirit and Salvation

July 1, 2020

How does the Holy Spirit work out our salvation, and reveals this working in us through Mary? He does it by showing us each stage of the plan of salvation in how He worked through Mary.

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John the Baptist and You

John the Baptist and You

June 30, 2020

How does John the Baptist teach me to be who I am or how I should relate to God the Holy Spirit? The simple answer is as an example of a person who leads others and ourselves to Christ.

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Solemnity of Peter and Paul

Solemnity of Peter and Paul

June 29, 2020

Today is a great Solemnity in the Church whereby we recall our roots. We are an apostolic church with roots back to the earliest of times and we celebrate that today.

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13th Ordinary Sunday 2020

13th Ordinary Sunday 2020

June 28, 2020

We are called to be hospitable. It is a way in which we deny ourselves and live for others instead of being selfish. Doing the corporal works of mercy is more than just giving drink or food to those in need. It is about recognizing Christ in others and providing for others as image-bearers of God's likeness.

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Becoming Who You Are

Becoming Who You Are

June 27, 2020

Today we refocus on John the Baptist and remind ourselves of who we should be as Christians. We ought to be transforming the world in the love of God and making the way of God more known to the world. This is why we need to find our vocation and live it out in the fellowship of the Holy Spirit.

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Anointed to Overcome

Anointed to Overcome

June 26, 2020

The blessings of God are the things that we receive that lead us through adversity. We have glad tidings or a gospel of hope and promise that should bring us into fellowship with Christ by the Holy Spirit. We are not alone in difficult times, but he ever stands with us to bring us into the promised blessing of eternal life.

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Both Spirit and Christ

Both Spirit and Christ

June 25, 2020

Too often when we are talking about the gospel, we hear about the death, burial, and resurrection of Jesus, but we do not see how it applies to us today through the Holy Spirit. As we continue our study through the catechism the need to see both the work of the Holy Spirit and the finished work of Calvery are important to our really understanding the gospel of our restoration as image-bearers of God's likeness.

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Nativity of John the Baptist 2020

Nativity of John the Baptist 2020

June 24, 2020

In 6 short months, it will be Christmas. As a result, the Church recognizes the birth of John the Baptist, for he was conceived and born 6 months before Jesus. In the readings today we are reminded of the place baptism has in the gospel message and how each one of us are fearfully and wonderfully made in the image and likeness of God.

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Vigil of the Nativity of John the Baptist 2020

Vigil of the Nativity of John the Baptist 2020

June 23, 2020

In 6 months it will be Christmas, and today we recognize the birth of St John the Baptist as a result. And we do so to consider our place in the world. One that was chosen for us before the foundation of the world. And the eternal purpose that each of us are called to live and be saved because of.

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